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a barrage of bullets hits her squad car. they say they didn't see it coming. >>> i'm harris faulkner. we begin tonight with syria and the civil war that's claimed more than 70,000 lives and made a million refugees and shown instability in an area already volatile. right next door, our friend and ally israel. new developments. israel playing a much more active role now in trying to protect itself from the chaos over the border. we can show you what is believed to be second israeli air strike this three days, hitting targets inside syria, this time prompting a series of powerful explosions in and around the capitol city, da mas damascus. tremendous blow and country discussion there. what you were watching reportedly recorded by syrian activists. we've been told a rough translation of what they were saying is oh, my god, explosions in damascus. we cannot independently verify this video, however. israel does not confirm the sort of thing explicitly. but the syrian government blames israel, and there's more. this video from a hezbollah-run station, claiming to show aftermath of the strike. th
that began earlier today on capitol hill. this time it seems unlikely prince harry will end up dancing naked for a bunch of hotel guest. in fact, is he skipping vegas all together. because what happens there, well, this afternoon the third in line to the british throne toured divint on land mines along with john mccain. we're told hundreds of women staffers packed in to catch a glimpse of the bachelor. of course, prince harry is a british soldier and the senator is a vietnam vet. the theme of the royal trip is support for wounded service members. prince harry is now at the home of the british ambassador to the united states where tonight he is expected to give a speech and have some dinner. peter doocy is in d.c. tonight. harry seems to be getting very red, white, and blue reception. >> yeah, i would say so, shepard. we don't have princes here in america. and the nice reminder of that came this afternoon when as you said hundreds of female staffers hallways at the capital. the young women have been born and raised in the united states. not every day a prince third in line of the thrown comes
at the top five all-time. this time last year, the avengers earned the top spot. at number three, harry potter and the deathly hallow. s. that was my favorite. and rounding out the top five, the original dark knight from five years ago. >>> just ahead in the newsroom, a community is in shock after a recreational soccer league referee dies after being punched in the face. and a soccer player stands accused. (announcer) born with a natural energy cycle... cats. they were born to play. to eat. then rest. to fuel the metabolic cycle they were born to have, purina one created new healthy metabolism wet and dry. with purina one and the right activity, we're turning feeding into a true nature experience. join us at purinaone.com hwelcome back.. nice to see you again! hey! i almost didn't recognize you without the suit. well, this is my weekend suit. weekend getaways just got better. well, enjoy your round! alright, thanks! save a ton on our best available rate when you book early and feel the hamptonality. >>> 20 past the hour. time to check our top stories. a flood threat hangs over much of t
majority leader harry reid said this week that he agrees with max baucus that if we don't implement obama care probably it is going to be a train whether he can and the answer to why we can avoid the train wreck is spend a lot more money which he claims the republicans didn't appropriate. personally, i have this vision of obama care is like a balloon in a parade being pumped up with more and more hydrogen until it explodes and harry reid is going to be standing under it. >> paul: didn't these guys write the law? oh, they did. matt. >> congressional republicans put on a report benghazi attacks last september embassy. very thankless tax but still series of unanswered questions and we have haven't brought anyone to justice for that attack. this week the fbi finally 8 months later put out photos of three suspects departments of state is saying they are going to review their investigation. >> paul: all right, bret? >> this is a hit to a man named shawn shaw chemist ceo. really leading guru for ethanol for thundering things like wood chips put into your car. he says it doesn't work. the economi
a prince harry u.s. tour? leonardo dicaprio in theaters. mother's day, we're looking at what's going on in the week ahead to give you a heads up. >>> we want to make sure you know what's going on in the week ahead. a big day for the boston bombing victims. they're expected to hear how that $28 million fund plans to distribute money including, "well over 1 million to families of victims who died who lost a limb." >>> prince harry is headed to the states for a week. a special visit he will make to hurricane sandy victims. it was a year ago last may in 2012 was his last visit. also on thursday, by the way, washington is going to hold its first congressional hearing on the boston bombing and eduard davis is expected to testify in that. let's move on here to friday. just need a little get away. maybe you need to go to the movies. the 3d adapitation stars leonardo dicaprio, toby mcgwire. i would think the atmosphere would be terrific. >>> you don't want to forget mother's day. if mama's not happy, nobody's happy. here is cnn political editor paul stein houhauser, too, with look at the week
to cost them. that's something the nra in past has been successful add. until reisn'tly, he is not harry reid, endorsed for reelection and endorsed in 2004 and the same year he did not support extending the assault weapons ban and the nra didn't enforce him in 2010, still had a b rating from them. a major political power because they've been able to hold sway over moderate red and purple state democrats like harry reid. but as nt ra becomes more and more clearly a partisan right wing organization it loses sway over not only harry reids but moderate republicans taking hits for towing the increasingly unpopular nra line. people are recognizing that the nra is not a nonpartisan organization. is a creature of the american political right, interested in victories by the american political right. it grows out of the culture of the american political right and embraces fringe margins of the american political right. if you want tangible evidence of that, just look at who is speaking at tonight's conference. rick perry, ted cruz, john bolton, seriously, rick santorum, paul ryan, sarah palin, sco
, thank you, we appreciate it it. >>> later this week prince harry will pay a royal visit to the united states. he's expected to visit victims in new jersey whose homes were ravaged by hurricane sandy. prince harry will also visit the 2013 warrior games, which hold competitive events for wounded warriors. he recently returned home from a 20-week deployment to afghanistan where he served as a helicopter pilot. >>> it still may be illegal to purchase marijuana in colorado. i'll explain after this. captures downhill energy, unleashing it later to help propel you uphill. ♪ it adds up to an epa-estimated 37 mpg highway... ♪ ...and helps defy gravity and gas pumps. ♪ that's american ingenuity, to find new roads. >>> in the fall voters legalized marijuana in colorado. it's not legal to buy in shops until next year, but it is legal to grow your own weed and that's exactly what many people are doing. and as jim spellman found out, that could mean a little farming in your own one-bedroom apartment. >> reporter: clo wi, a long-time marijuana advocate voted with 55% to legalize pot in last ye
, but the racism is endemic to the democratic party. recently you had biden saying he's -- and harry reid saying so wonderful he doesn't speak in a negro dialect unless he wants to. no republican on earth would ever say those things, but democrats say, yes, we have you all on welfare and have destroyed the black family in america so we don't owe you anything else. just keep voting for us and don't expect us to do anything to you, black americans. >> coulter, great to see you. >> great to see you. >> coming up, they did it against journalists at abc news have been caught using video to push the president's liberal agenda. but bias is not limit today that network alone. >> his opponent, you talk about taking him out to dinner, these people politically want to cut his heart out and throw his liver to the dogs. >> former cbs newsman leftist dan rather showed his few dollars over the weekend. we will show you his bias when we return. and also, what will you consider to be the most incredible video of the day? the final video depicts a deadly air crash at a plane show in spain. here you see a screen of t
american workers mt. private sector the exact same rights that federal government workers have. mr. harris: and that is that if you're going to choose to work extra, you get a choice whether to take overtime pay or to get time off to go to your child's school. you know, in my district we have patriot days. during the school day, elementary schools, where parents would love to have the time to go and spend the day with their child this bill will give the parent the choice. not the a federal law this will give the parent the choice to take that time off as comp time instead of getting overtime. it just gives everyone more choice. mr. speaker, i yield back my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. for what purpose does the gentlewoman from texas seek recognition? ms. jackson lee: i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentlewoman is recognized for one minute. ms. jackson lee: mr. speaker, it gives me a sad opportunity to rise to acknowledge the loss of one of houston's distinguished citizens, not only hou
to a hole in one on the 11th hole by senator saxby chambliss. in other news, harry reid said that he is now two votes closer to -- a couple of votes closer to getting the votes he needs for background checks. we'll keepure eye on that and tell you all about it right here on current tv. compelling true stories. >> jack, how old are you? >> nine. >> this is what 27 tons of marijuana looks like. (vo) with award winning documentaries that take you inside the headlines, way inside. (vo) from the underworld, to the world of privilege. >> everyone in michael jackson's life was out to use him. (vo) no one brings you more documentaries that are real, gripping, current. when i first felt the diabetic nerve pain, of course, i had no idea what it was. i felt like my feet were going to sleep. it progressed from there to burning to like a thousand bees that were just stinging my feet. [ female announcer ] it's known that diabetes damages nerves. lyrica is fda approved to treat diabetic nerve pain. lyrica is not for everyone. it may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts
the second-term blues. ♪ good morning. i'm melissa harris-perry. what a difference three days makes. fewer than 72 hours passed between president obama's standup act and his press conference marking the 100th day of his second-term. but the president we saw on tuesday was singing a distinctly different tune for the wise guy wh who had jokes a few days before instead of all i do is win, he was doing a little diddy called second-term blues. and it goes a little something like this. >> do you still have the juice to get the rest of your agenda for this congress? >> if you put it that way, jonathan, maybe i should pack up and go home. you seem to suggest that somehow these folks over there have no responsibilities and that my job is to somehow get them to behave. that's their job. the point is in are common-sense solutions po the problems right now. i with not force republicans to embrace those common sense solutions. >> this president obama having a sad day as he watches an obstruction of congress sabotage his second-term agenda is the far cry from the man who put the "o" in hope in 2007. now
with you. stick around, the fox report is up next. harris is not lyrics but heather childers is in for harris faulkner. we'll see you throughout the week. have a good rest of the weekend, guys alec, for this mission i upgraded your smart phone. ♪ right. but the most important feature of all is... the capital one purchase eraser. i can redeem the double miles i earned with my venture card >> hello and never happened. uh, what's this button do? [ electricity zaps ] ♪ you requested backup? yes. yes i did. what's in your wallet? new developments in the search for a missing woman, her boyfriend now dead after shooting himself outside of a police station . did he leave behind something that could help investigators get answers. >> their identity is a well guarded secret. we finally know the names of the bengazi whistleblowers. three men with sensitive information about the night four americans were killed in libya last 9/11 but were told to keep quiet. fox reports how they plan to go public with their allegations. >> massive
. beating harry potter's last stand at the box office opening weekend. never mind the critics. the box office says it all. $175 million domestic. easily eclipsing other superheroes. "batman: the dark knight." "spider-man 3." and "the hunger games." all respectable franchises can't touch "iron man." >> the movie was great. action-packed. >> reporter: "iron man 3" is now officially the second-best debut of all-time. bested, only, by what the people called "ocean's eleven" in spandex, "the avengers." >> i think "the avengers" have written a new formula. >> reporter: like "the avengers," the new "iron man" opened overseas. we discovered on a reporting trip to china, hollywood studios are cashing in on the enthusiasm of overseas audiences, especially for big-budget action flicks. you go to the movies a lot? >> yeah. i mean, three times a month. >> reporter: three times a month? >> yes. >> reporter: wow. as of today, the 3d prequel to "iron man" has surpassed the worldwide total box office for "iron man," "iron man 2," and "captain america." globally, "iron man 3" has taken in over $500 mill
tight sunk -- tight security in the hungarian capital of budapest. harry smith has this report. the hotelecurity at where delegates from 100 countries are tethering. it is normally held in jerusalem. organizers told the -- chose the hungarian capital to raise concerns about anti-semitic movements in europe. they do not have to look far for the evidence. this was the scene a few streets away, where there was a rally to protest the decision of budapest authorities to host the congress. one jewish delegate from north america said she hoped that the presence in hungary would send a message to the world. to tell theike prime minister that hungary will not allow the rise of anti- semitism again. hungary was destroyed once. it should not be destroyed again. the third largest party in hungarian parliament initially banned the rally, but that was overturned by a budapest court. hungary has the longest -- the largest jewish community in southern europe. a keynote speaker includes the german foreign minister. >> pope francis has said prayers for children affected by violence and abuse. he
diana who was only 36 when she died, 30 is an important age. it's when princes william and harry gain full access to their inheritance. her personal mementos that have been in safekeeping with her brother will transfer to her sons. >> reporter: diana's letters, tiaras, photos, the jewels that wowed the world when she work them, also her splendid dresses, so much a part of her public memory. all of these things that diana saved and held dear have been housed since her death at the althorp, the magnificent country estate where she spent much of her childhood and where she's buried. >> my grandfather was here and he was terrified. then eventually he became more comfortable here. >> reporter: he showed us the memorial he's made and their home last summer. >> did you run around here? >> yes. on the staircase behind you, if you put a tray you can get speed up as a child. i think i was the 18th generation of child that wore that out. >> reporter: didn't you break things that were valuable? >> we didn't then. my grandfather would have killed us. >> reporter: charles established a traveling tr
. is that perhaps why harry reid said that's why the solution is on it. i'm saying that obamacare, this calendar year may be the most important of the year, because it's skewing employment. people are going far more, pushed into part-time work so that the employer doesn't pay for obamacare, what do you say. i think it's right. and of course, harry reid would say let's spend more money, we can print it, that's his attitude. the fact of the matter is, we've seen parallel where they had 20 years of pushing people into part-time labor so they didn't have to have their health care challenge or retirement funding occur. we'll have is an entire generation of part-time labor, this is the law of unintended consequences. >> that happened in japan and it was deliberate just like here, and make it part-time so it doesn't have to pay for the health insurance, and that happened in japan? >> they're motivated by profit all over the world and if they can make more by squeezing people into less paying jobs with no bertnefit-- >> in the jobs report 278,000 people were pushed involuntarily into the part-time work,
both became today? >> yes, i was a script writer on the play. my name is theresa harris. we had birth dates and one in vancouver b.c. and i now live about two hours away. >> i was going to say. they made it easy for us. for example, my birthday and my name actually first and middle were my father-in-law's. so that was a easy thing to remember. >> heather: we are so glad that you and the others made it out safely. its remarkable story. argo was a great movie but i think your real life story is even more amazing. >> locked up abroad. it airs tomorrow at 10:00 p.m. eastern time on the national geographic channel. we will be right back. ♪ playtime is so much more with superhero by your side. because even superheroes need superheroes. that's why purina dog chow is made with high quality ingredients, including 23 vitamins and minals. to helkeep him strong. dog chow strong. of mild to moderate alzheimer's disease is exelon patch. now with more treatment options, exelon patch may improve overall function and cognition. your loved one can get a free 30-day trial. and you can have access to n
said it's a train wreck. harry reid said obama care is a problem. what this is going to create is even more tension with exactly the democrats, the president needs, in order to pass his agenda. these red state democrats who who are up for election in 2014. have a noose hanging around heir they can of obama characterization gun control legislation that is he trying to pass and more tax hikes. this is an agenda that is out of touch with what voters in louisiana, north carolina, arkansas wants. gem job and family let's then let chris weigh in on that. the gun legislation didn't go the way the president wanted. what do you think he should really push for next? >> well, i mean, in terms of gun control, real quick, this is a position the president has that roughly 90%, including the majority of republicans hold. so, the republicans aren't on very strong ground on that. in terms of where i think the president goes forward, i think immigration is the one issue where you are seeing at least some consensus but, again, the point i made earlier, rubio, senator rubio is out there talking and pushin
. >> i'm wondering if the latest. >> prince harry has been blabbing it is going to be a boy. stay tuned. >> trying to throw us off. >> maybe. rying to throw us off. >> maybe. country's premier news brand. >> announcer: abc news, the country's premier news brand. where americans go to see the whole picture. together with yahoo! news. the world's number one news site on the web. this is america's number one digital news source. ♪ what makes me feel this way ♪ my girl my girl ♪ my girl my girl >> on a cloudy day. finally this half-hour, a heart warming story about a truly royal day. first the 18-year-old teen from western wisconsin with down syndrome competed in a special olympics event. >> then he want to the prom with miss minnesota. that makes this our "favorite story of the day." >> yep. how did he do it? abc's tai hernandez has the story. >> reporter: what's better than being prom king? >> mr. charlie gainy! >> reporter: taking this beauty queen as your prom date. how did 18-year-old charlie gainy pull it off? when he isn't winning special olympics swim meets he works at his cha
. that's always awesome live on air. harry reid said we might have a couple of more votes on the background check because kelly ayotte has been hammered in the polls, and there may be two secret democrats who might vote on this. >> michael: i think there is a likelihood there is going to be another vote. when? he's not for certain. but even a republican senator from georgia said he was an i approachable on this today. he's willing to have a conversation. some things have to be changed from the old bill, but when you hear them say these sorts of things, it makes you think they're going to be close. mark begich with horrible numbers because of the way he voted. >> cenk: it's fascinating. the way that washington works normally you don't throw a fig leaf. we have massive financial regulation problems. throw a fig leaf on it and move along. in this case what they scrowed up was they didn't throw a fig leaf on it. they just left the wound festering. at the nra they had a mannequin called zombie industries. it's rocky zombies. and it clearly looks like president obama. and even f
, governor of massachusetts, and that's where -- >> maybe ckamala harris who is really attractive, apparently. >> we're not going to get into that. the other group is young voters. we have a statistic that really -- i want to put this up. this is a graph of voter turnout in 2008, 2010, 2012. this illustrates it perfectly. they're there for obama in 2008. they disappear in 2010. they're back in 2012. and it seems like, again, this is something that democrats look at and say if we could make this a regular part of our coalition, there's a lot of potential here. but how do you do it? >> well, i think one of the worrisome things is that the republicans have figured out that if they can just thwart the president, it's not just about thwarting the president for the fun of it -- it is fun for them -- but it's also about blocking his agenda and making this generation that's coming up in this era very cynical about government. and you're seeing that there's also that recent poll that showed they are -- they are losing hope. they are worried that things can't change. you know, they may not entirely und
's coming up on monday. let's fast forward here to thursday. prince harry is headed to the states for a week. we know he'll be taking a special visit to hurricane sandy victims across the country. and his last visit was in may of 2012. so about a year ago. all right. >>> also on thursday, washington is holding its first congressal hearing on the boston bombing. a boston police commissioner edward davis, we know, is expected to testify in that. >>> let's head to friday. lighten it up a little bit. if you are a movie buff, "the great gatsby" premieres starring leonardo dicaprio, toby maguire. and you can just get away from real life with that for a little bit. >>> sunday, you'd better answer to mom. you cannot forget that. mother's day, next sunday, may 12th. make sure you are prepared, right? >>> we do want to focus on the boston bombingsed today. there's hearings on thursday. likely going to look at a lot of unanswered questions in those attacks, including what the u.s. knew about the elder tsarnaev brother and whether intelligence was missed in that whole thing. candy crowley is live this m
, harry reid said it is insane to give welfare benefits to illegal aliens. now the citizenship thing that we have is insane, and nobody is referring to that. i am just wondering why the politicians don't call out harry reid on that. were you able to understand that? guest: i think so. a lot of times politicians say things during election time, and when it comes time for a bill they change their tune completely. you have a number of senators who will take oath to their constituents that they will not support amnesty, and they create an immigration bill that by any objective standard it really is amnesty, not enforcing the law with respect to a group of people. that is really unfortunate. what we try to do is provide nonpartisan research and analysis on amnesty. we think it is unfair to lawful immigrants like our caller who have been waiting in line, who have done everything right. it is completely unfair for unlawful immigrants to come through the united states without going through the same process. we think it can make the problem -- the problem even worse. our study is very conserv
committee from meeting to vote on the nomination to be secretary of labor. harry reid spoke about the move today on the senate floor. now the minority's tactics -- republican tactics of obstruction and delay are well-known, but they're also well-worn. those methods were once again on display yesterday when republicans delayed for the second time in two weeks the senate help committee vote on the nomination of tom perez to lead the department of labor. the able and considerate chairman, tom harass quinn, had already postponed the vote for two weeks, at the request of republicans. it was terribly disappointing that after they were granted additional time as a matter of courtesy, an anonymous republican would employ an arcane procedural tactic to prevent the committee from even meeting. of course voting on that nomination. republicans had seven weeks, 49 days, to consider this nomination. he was nominated on march 21, and since his confirmation hearing in april, he's responded in writing to more than 200 questions. he is an extremely qualified candidate for this job. the president was smart t
,000 on average. this is blowing up. you have baucus saying it is a train wreck, and harry reid. baucus was a principal author. this is the issue that costs the democrats the house of representatives in 2010 and the issue that would have won for the republicans if they had not been abandoned in 2012 and they could take this and every democrat is terrified because people are losing their jobs, a woman said on tv, i cannot work 29 hours and feed may family. >>gregg: an expert on health care and teaches at stand ford and says it appears that 30 to 40 million people will be damaged in some fashion by the affordable care act more than one in ten americans. >> it is probably already dampening economic recovery for sluggish job growth or people are taken off full-time jobs moved to part time or employers in some cases are taking fines rather than paying for the health care for workers. it is all going badly. we are here to talk about the politics of it. the politics are, that the republicans should seize this thing. smartly. not just pass useless leglation to repeal it in the house of represen
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